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Full Report: How Much Does an Art Dealer Really Make? We Asked a Few Hundred of Them—Here’s What We Found

Valerie Santerli never imagined that she would be running an art gallery, much less two of them. But when her boss and mentor Robin Rule died in 2013, Santerli decided to continue operating the business. Nearly eight years later, she spends upwards of 60 hours per week managing Rule Gallery’s two locations in Denver and Marfa, with only a few employees to share the load.  ...

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Shattering the Glass Ceiling: Art Dealer Marianne Ibrahim on Fostering the Right Relationships

Welcome to Shattering the Glass Ceiling, a podcast from the team at the Art Angle where we speak to boundary-breaking women in the art world and beyond about how art has shaped their lives and careers.   In the final installment of our mini-series Shattering the Glass Ceiling, Artnet News’s art and design editor Noor Brara spoke with pioneering gallerist Mariane Ibrahim, founder of ...

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Abu Dhabi Art Dealer Hawks Covid-19 Vaccines—and More Art News – ARTnews.com

To receive Morning Links in your inbox every weekday, sign up for our Breakfast with ARTnews newsletter. The Headlines MUSEUMS ARE CONTINUING TO DEACCESSION WORKS and send them to the auction block to help improve their balance sheets. The New-York Historical Society is parting with a Childe Hassam flag painting, with a low estimate of $12 million, at Sotheby’s next month, Katya Kazakina reports for Artnet News. Other institutions selling include the Art Institute of Chicago, the San Diego Museum of Art, and ...

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Early SoHo Dealer Dies—and More Art News – ARTnews.com

To receive Morning Links in your inbox every weekday, sign up for our Breakfast with ARTnews newsletter. The Headlines EVEN AS SOME NATIONS BEGIN TO REOPEN, THE TOLL OF THE PANDEMIC is still being calculated. A new survey found that a staggering 43 percent of people working in the museum field in the United States lost income as a result of the crisis, the Art Newspaper reports. The average decline in earnings was 31 percent, according ...

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Storied Swiss Art Dealer Dies – ARTnews.com

Doris Ammann, a Swiss art dealer who has led Zurich’s storied Thomas Ammann Fine Art AG gallery since 1993, has died. A representative for the gallery confirmed Ammann’s death in an email, saying that she was born in 1944, making her either 76 or 77. The spokesperson said that Ammann’s death was “sudden and unexpected,” but declined to confirm an exact cause or age. ...

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Arturo Di Modica Negotiated a $12m Platinum Bull, Says Dealer

The Sicilian artist's ambition overcame the obstacles he faced right up until his passing on Friday, aged 80. Arturo Di Modica, Charging Bull (1989). Bronze. 340 x 490 cm. Courtesy Gin Huang Gallery. Sicilian-born sculptor Arturo Di Modica is best known for his Charging Bull (1989), a work now inextricably associated with America's finance industry. But Di Modica worked tirelessly throughout his life, creating ...

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Art-World Luminaries Pay Tribute to Revered Old Master Dealer Richard Feigen

Art dealer Richard Feigen, a connoisseur of Old Master art, died on Friday morning in Mount Kisco, New York, due to complications from COVID-19. He was 90 years old. Feigen, who ran galleries in Chicago, New York, and Los Angeles, supplied numerous important artworks to more than 100 museums around the world, including the Louvre, the Metropolitan Museum of Art, the National galleries of Washington ...

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Hiding Hunter Biden laying low in LA, starting art career with shady dealer

As federal prosecutors continue their criminal probes into Hunter Biden’s taxes and international business dealings, the President’s son — shuttling between Washington DC and a sprawling Hollywood Hills home — is lying low, consulting with lawyers and focusing on his new career in art.Biden, who turns 51 next week, is prepping a solo show with Soho art dealer Georges Berges, who currently represents Sylvester ...

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In an Explosive Claim, a Top Art Dealer Says a Hermitage Museum Fabergé Show Is Full of ‘Tawdry Fakes’ From a Single Russian Oligarch’s Collection

A leading London-based art dealer has accused the Hermitage Museum in St Petersburg of mounting a Fabergé exhibition featuring more than 20 “tawdy fakes” from the collection of Alexander Ivanov, a Russian oligarch with ties to Vladimir Putin and the Kremlin. The explosive claim was made in an open letter to Hermitage boss Mikhail Piotrovsky by Andre Ruzhnikov, who has been buying and selling ...

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